On 4/27/21 3:25 AM, Ian MacArthur
Anyway, returning to the original
question, a flat style is actually pretty easy to make in
fltk since the stock widgets all support a FL_FLAT_BOX
Yes, and I found in fluid you can set a button's Box: to Boxes
-> RFLAT_BOX to get a round-edged button that, when colored
blue, can look like this in an excerpt of an application
And in the above, the "rounded frame" is just an Fl_Box with the
Box: set to Frames -> ROUNDED_FRAME in fluid,
and the "Upgrade Firmware" that interrupts the frame line is just
an Fl_Box over it that has the Box: set to boxes -> FLAT_BOX
with a color matching the window's background color (which has
been made an almost-white).
That's all pretty trivial styling just with stock widgets. I
didn't change the Fl::scheme() at all. For flat widgets, the
FLTK scheme is best, since it doesn't introduce any gradients and
such that would affect the flat look.
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